James Nesbitt

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Cold Feet and Stay Close star James Nesbitt

Accumulated profits at the main TV firm owned by actor James Nesbitt increased to £5.808 million (€6.95 million) in 2020. The Derryman’s career incl(...)

Streaming this month: The Book of Boba Fett. Photograph: Disney+

PRIME VIDEO Harlem Now streaming If the privileged ecosystem of And Just Like That is leaving you cold with the show’s desperate attempts to assimila(...)

Charlene McKenna: Photograph:  Mike Marsland/WireImage

A childhood spent on a Co Monaghan mushroom farm doesn’t exactly scream showbusiness. But speak to actress Charlene McKenna, or watch her in primetime(...)

Voir  Monday, December 6th The pandemic has meant that lots of films that should be seen at the movies have gone straight to streaming. This six(...)

Iftas 2021: Normal People is nominated in a staggering 15 categories

The nominations for the 2021 Iftas – the Irish Film and Television Academy awards – in the film and TV drama categories have been unveiled. David Frey(...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government would not support a citizens’ assembly being established to discuss what a united Ireland might look like, Minister for Foreign Affairs(...)

James Nesbitt as Tom Brannick. Photograph: Steffan Hill

So it was Tom Brannick all along. Much murkiness gusted through the finale of Northern Ireland thriller Bloodlands (BBC One, 9pm). But there was clari(...)

Detective Tom Brannick, played by James Nesbitt, in BBC’s new drama Bloodlands.   Photographer: Steffan Hill/iStock

The filming location of a new BBC drama starring James Nesbitt will not be disclosed to fans, amid concerns that the small island will be overwhelmed (...)

Bloodlands: Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt) with his no-nonsense sidekick DS Niamh McGovern, played by Charlene McKenna. Photograph: Steffan Hill

The virtually landlocked sea lough of Strangford in Co Down is one of the most bewitching areas of natural beauty in Ireland. Its meandering shoreline(...)

James Nesbitt in Bloodlands. Photographer: Steffan Hill/BBC

During these purgatorial days, television has become our reliable friend, confidante and beacon of sanity. A terrible hush has, it is true, settled ov(...)

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